More than a year after that confrontation with a fellow WWE fan, Wale has squashed his beef with the wrestling establishment. He’s also wants to work for the company.
The rapper got to hang out and take pics with Triple H, The Rock and even Vince McMahon during the Miami event this week — a huge shift in his relationship with the WWE.
Wale used to attend pro wrestling events all the time, but in the past he’s told TMZ Sports he’s felt frozen out since he fought with a heckling WWE fan. He says the cold war started to end when he recently got chummy with some WWE higher-ups.
Fast forward to Monday when Wale finally scored backstage access, and now he’s aiming even higher — “I actually want to work there and I don’t know if [Vince and Triple H] heard about good Wale or bad Wale. Or if they even know what a Wale is.”
The 2014 fan squabble didn’t actually result in a WWE ban, it was more of a self-imposed prohibition. Nonetheless, Wale’s back in the wrestling fold.
Hit the flip for more photos from his WWE reunion.
1 2 3 4Next page »
Jamaican Cottage Owner Blasts Black Americans, Sparking Twitter Outrage
Tekashi 6ix9ine Gay Rumors Run Rampant After Rapper "Kisses" Mexican Band Singer
Janelle Monáe Covers Latest Issue Of Rolling Stone
The Nerve: Shaun King Seeks Help Paying For Medical Procedures, Receipts Twitter Attacks
The Thirst Is Real: Twitter Asking Ice Spice "Where Yo Mom At?" After Photo of Her Momma Goes Viral
Offset Shares Footage Of Him Appreciating Cardi B's Cakes
Baes & Baddies: Temptress Celebrates Body Positivity Beautifully & Boldly
Ms Jacky Oh, Romantic Partner Of DC Young Fly, Reportedly Has Died